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Hi everyone, I would really appreciate some help in solving the following question. I did the process but I wanted to ensure that I achieved the correct answer. Thank you Two aqueous solutions, one containing 5.3 g of sodium carbonate and the other 7.0 g of calcium chloride, are mixed together. A precipitation reaction occurs: Na2CO3+CaCl2=2NaCl+CaCO3 Determine the limiting reagent and the mass, in g, of precipitate formed (theoretical yield).
help me understand this worked example in the book as i am not able to understand the transformation from grams to the normal formula. What is the maximum volume of ammonia gas ( measured ar 273 K and 10.1 *10^5 Pa) that could be obtained from the reaction between 10g of hydrogen and 30g of nitrogen? if the actual amount of ammonia obtained is 7.05 dm^3 calculate the percentage yield for the reaction. Step 1 Write the quation for the reaction (assume the reaction goes to completion to give the maximum amount of products.) 3H2(g) + N2(g)= 2NH3(g) ( i dont get this part how did it transform from the 30g N and 10g H to this formula with these coeffecients) I would really appreciate help in this as i dont get it and i am self studying the whole ib chemistry HL course. thanks